Apr 25, 2010 7:30am EDT
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Jan 18, 2010 2:00am EST
about search engine optimization, but this is a big question, but who is setting theth sexicts standards and the best interested of how campaigns reach potential voters? i mean, anyone wants to -- >> i mean, ink large part, i'm just briefly say, because you've got more experience with it, in large part, i think it's policed by the users out there who feel that's a drty trick, you know, don't pollute our online environment with this or that. that might want be good enough. sometimes you might need to be a bit more, but i think in large part, what you were saying before about how people onlean are smart, they're not just sitting there in their pajamas saying this or that, they know when somebody is manipulating the web in a way that's underhand, and i think that's very risky for candidates that's going to blow up in their face, and i think that can police it in and of itself. >> so an example is the google bomb. i don't know if you're familiar with the google bomb. basically theory is google returned search results based on what's most relevant. so if you get people to link to something an
Jan 15, 2010 9:00am EST
's just about search engines optimization, but who -- and this is a big question, but who is setting the ethics and the standards and the best practices of how campaigns reach potential voters. and anyone wants to -- >> i mean, i think in large part, i'll just briefly say, you have for experience with it, in large part, i think it's policed by the users out there, who will feel you know, that's a dirty trick, that's ridiculous. don't pollute our on-line environment with this or that. that might not be good enough. sometimes there might need to be more. but in large part, what we were saying before about how people online are smart, they're not just sitting there in their pajamas saying this horthat, they know when somebody is manipulating the web in a way that's underhanded and i think that's very risky for candidates and that's going to blow up in their face and that can police it in and of itself. >> so the example of that is the google bomb. basically the theory is that google returns search web results based on what's relevant so if you get a whole bunch of people to link to some